Lamborghini Aventador Roadster: Reviews And Specifications
Lamborghini Aventador Roadster
Today we're going to do an in-depth review of the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster. The Lamborghini Aventador is a flagship model of Lamborghinis and as you know Lamborghini has had the Miura, the Countach, the Diablo, the Murcielago and the Murcielago was just recently replaced by the Aventador in 2012. So let's check this car out and see what the Lamborghini Aventador Roadster has to offer. Lamborghini Aventador is officially dubbed the LP 700-4. 700 is a reference to the engine output of roughly 700 horsepower, the - 4 means all-wheel drive, the LP stands for longitudinal posterior because this is a mid-engine car. The engine sits behind the driver. So the Lamborghini Aventador is fitted with 19-inch wheels in the front that are nine inches wide and they have six-piston calipers and carbon ceramic brakes and in the rear, you have 20-inch wheels that are 11 inches wide and they have carbon ceramic brakes as well and four-piston calipers.
One of the factors that make a Lamborghini Aventador roadster extremely rare is that production of the Aventador is limited to just 4,000 units. This is because the molds that are used to compose the carbon-fiber monocoque which is the entire center section of this car are only good for 500 units only eight of these molds have been constructed. So on the sides, the Lamborghini Aventador features a large dramatic side vent for radiator cooling. This event storm particular has a nice option with the carbon fiber lip instead of on a traditional event store, it would have been like a black plastic key material but the carbon-fiber is a really nice touch. The Lamborghini Aventador features large events on each side of the quarter panels, these vents open at the speed exceeds 99 miles per hour or your oil temperature is above 230 degrees Fahrenheit or if the ambient temperature is greater than 95 degrees.
Lamborghini Aventador Roadster: Interior
Let's take a look at the Aventador interior. The first things you notice when you step in the Aventador is this nice aluminum Aventador badging. It's a really nice touch against the black for contrasting. Also, we have aluminum pedals, the interior of the Aventador Roadster is covered in leather on every surface. If you look at the dash it has black leather going across and contrasts yellow stitching and then you have the nice Lamborghini emblem. You have your air conditioning and then you have contrast yellow going down and on the seats which are yellow in the center with black contrast stitching and on the sides, it's black leather with yellow contrast stitching. The steering wheel is wrapped in black leather and has contrast yellow stitching going all the way around you have controls through your different modes volume and telephone and also you have nice large aluminum shift paddles. The left pedal is to shift down and the right paddles to upshift. At the center console is the infotainment system and it's been designed by Aldy so it's actually user-friendly. You have an assortment of buttons for your windows, the car ride height you might want to use that in case you're going over a low clearance or speed bumps, your electronic stability control, hazards Parktronic system and your passenger side window. Down you have your air conditioning options and your Stratus sport and Corsa modes, Stratus. For everyday driving, sport decreases shift times and courses just pull out race mode to start the car is stealth inspired so it's like a fighter jet.
Lamborghini Aventador Roadster: Engine
Let's take a look and see what's under the hood of the Aventador. So the Lamborghini Aventador is powered by a 6.5 liter v12 which have an output of 691 horsepower. It's connected to an ISR transmission which is independent ship ride and it capable of shoot times of 50 milliseconds. The things that are special about the Aventador roadster that it has a different design on the hood as opposed to the Aventador coupe, instead of one large glass panel you have two independent glass panels on either side of the hood, it gets a really nice look, it almost looks like a bumble bee in my personal opinion but I think it's a really cool.
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